CLEARFIELD -- The city will do storm drain improvements on state land, but will be reimbursed, per a newly signed agreement.
The city council approved a cooperative reimbursement agreement with the Utah Department of Transportation for utility work and storm drain improvements to State Road 126.
Clearfield was preparing to do various roadway and utility work on its right of way on Ross Drive. UDOT, meanwhile, needed work done in the same general area on SR 126.
City Manager Adam Lenhard said it made sense to save some costs that would have otherwise been duplicated. He explained the city already had a contractor for its work, so it was not an issue to have UDOT’s needed work to the scope of the project. UDOT’s portion is expected to be $12,856.80.